A substantial detached family home in a discreet central village location.
1 St. James Way is a sizeable five bedroom family home located on a private road owned by the five large houses situated on it. The property boasts expansive versatile accommodation set over 2 floors. The sociable, flowing accommodation is beautifully presented throughout and boasts an abundance of light.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall giving way to all principal reception rooms. To the front there is a dining room or playroom with double doors that open out to the formal sitting room. The sitting room boasts a central focal point fireplace and has French doors leading out to the modern conservatory. The Kitchen/ breakfast room is found at the rear and is well-appointed with ample wall and base units, integrated appliances, space for a large breakfast table and French doors leading to the rear terrace. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility/boot room with a side external door. There is then a door into the integral double garage and a cloakroom.
On the first floor there are five double bedrooms arranged around the central landing. The bedrooms are all an excellent size, some with built in wardrobes. The master bedroom has a renewed en-suite bathroom with feature roll top bath. The remaining bedrooms are serviced by a modern family bathroom.
This property is offered to the market with no onward chain and we highly recommend viewing at your earliest convenience to fully appreciate the space and versatility of the accommodation this home has to offer.
The property is located approximately 2 miles north of Amesbury within easy walking distance of the heart of the village. Durrington itself is situated to the east of Salisbury Plain and provides excellent local amenities with two public houses, a petrol station, a good range of general stores, Post Office, veterinary surgery, doctors, dentist and a church. The village also has a primary and secondary school and leisure centre along with a recreational ground. The neighbouring town of Amesbury has supermarkets, hairdressers, cafes, hotels and a variety of shops. The Cathedral City of Salisbury is approximately 10 miles south with a wide range of educational, shopping and leisure facilities together, including a theatre and cinema, and a main line railway station to London Waterloo (83 minutes). The property is also within easy reach of Andover and Grateley stations with even quicker journey times. The location offers a good bus service with the A303 situated a mile to the south, giving ideal links to London and the South West.
Situated in the heart of the village, the property has a part brick paved and gravel driveway which provides parking and circling a lawned area with weeping cherry tree. The double garage benefits from direct access to the hall.
Adjacent to the house with doors from the conservatory and kitchen is a wooden decked area ideal for summer entertaining and fortunate to have a favourable southerly aspect. To the rear, the garden is mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by panel fencing and a wall providing privacy. Decorative screening trellis divides the formal garden from the kitchen garden beyond. There is a greenhouse, timber shed, vegetable beds and specimen trees.
Master Bedroom with En-suite
Ground Floor Cloakroom